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UMaT: Ghanaian Adu-Gyamfi Named Best Female Student in Mining Engineering, Awarded Over GH¢11,000

Mary Adu-Gyamfi secured superior marks for the best female graduating student in Mining Engineering at the 15th Convocation of the University of Mines and Technology – UMaT.

She confirmed her performance with a Cumulative Weighted Average (CWA) of 83.54 as she graduated with a Bachelor of Science (BSc) in Mining Engineering.

Ghanaian Adu-Gyamfi becomes Best Female Mining Engineering Student at UMaT. Photo credit: umatedugh.
Source: Instagram

The child prodigy received a cash prize of over $1,000.00 (GH¢12,013.40), an HP laptop for the milestone and the opportunity to complete her national service at Nieuwmont.

The Newmont Award encourages women to pursue science, technology, engineering and math (ROD) careers, especially in mining.

Check out photos of Mary Adu-Gyamfi beaming with pride in the photos below:

How people reacted to Mary Adu-Gyamfi's performance

Nana Yaw Boadu stated:

Congratulations, Mrs. Maria.

Chinwe Etonyeaku posted:

Wow! This is remarkable. Congratulations

Fred Aboagye-Larbi said:

Congratulations.

Faustina Kwofie wrote:

Congratulations girl.

Ohenewaa Kakra Dankwa stated:

Congratulations, a big one for you, Mary.

Akosua Exornam

Wow congratulations.

Fidelis Asenso Jackson stated:

Congratulations to her.

Margaret Arkoh commented:

Congratulations, Maria.

Oheneba Adwoa Achiaa said:

Awesome.

Moses Kanley said:

I wanted to meet this visionary lady.

Abraham Aduhene Donkor responded:

Wow congratulations.

Emmanuel Armah said:

Great, congratulations.

Elizabeth Aboagye responded:

Congratulations, my prezdo.

Marian Aggrey indicated:

Congratulations, girl.

Sarah Cudjor commented:

Congratulations honey.

Samuel Sibil said:

Congratulations, Maria.

Mark Mohamed Mak'onga stated:

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